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THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT 

OF 



BY 



PROFESSOR OF SEMITIC LANGUAGES IN BRYN MAWR COLLEGE, 
BRYN MAWR, PA., U. S. A. 



PART I 

A GENEALOGICAL TABLE OF 

BABYLONIAN AND ASSYRIAN SIGNS 

WITH INDICES 




J. C. HINRICHS'scHE BUCHHANDLUNG 
1913 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS PRESS 



UND 
HERAUSGEGEBEN VON 

Friedrich Delitzsch UND Paul Haupt 

MIT UNTERSTiJTZUNG DER JOHNS - HOPKINS - UNIVERSITAT 

BAND IX, I. HALFTE 



ALLE RECHTE VORBEHALTEN 



Druck von August Pries in Leipzig. 



TO 
MY TEACHER AND FRIEND 

DAVID GORDON LYON 

PIONEER ASSYRIOLOGIST OF AMERICA 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

OF PART I 

page 
Preface V 

The E. A. Hoffman Archaic Tablet VII 

The Archaic Tablet of the University of Pennsylvania VIII 

Introduction IX 

Abbreviations XXII— XXIV 

Genealogical Sign List i 

Appendix A: Rare Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian Signs 138 

Appendix Bi Early Rare and Unidentified Signs 140 

Appendix C: Systems of Numerical Notations, Weights, and Measures .... 145 

Appendix D: vSupplement to the Genealogical Sign List 153 

Index of Pictographs 174 

Index of Signs from Ur-Nina to Manistusu 187 

Index of Signs from Sargon to Gudea 204 

Index of Signs of the Dynasty of Ur 222 

Index of Signs of the Period of the First Dynasty of Babylon 237 

Index of Signs of the Kassite Period 251 

Index of Neo-Babylonian Signs 266 

Index of Assyrian Signs 284 

Addenda 294 

Corrigenda 295 

Abbreviations of Autographed Plates 296 



PREFACE. 

The following list of signs was compiled for the purpose of 
tracing back each sign as nearly as possible to its original picto- 
graph and exhibiting to the eye the development from the earliest 
known forms to the latest. When it was completed, it occurred to 
the writer that the addition of a few appendices, which should include 
rare forms and forms supplementary to the main list in certain 
periods, would make the volume a more complete sign list for the 
whole range of Babylonian and Assyrian writing than any hitherto 
published. Such appendices were accordingly supplied, and indices 
for each of the eight great periods of the writing were added, so 
that the list could readily be used as a handbook of signs for reading 
the texts of any period. In making these indices all signs between 
the dynasty of Ur and the Kassite period have been grouped under 
the "Period of the First Dynasty of Babylon", and the index of 
the '^Kassite-Period" has been made to include signs of the Pashe 
dynasty also. In the pictographic index signs have been included 
sometimes from later periods. This has, however, been done only 
in cases where the form and the meanings combine to make prob- 
able the nature of the original picture. 

Here and there in the table, (viz: — under Nos. 151, 203, 207, 
211, 215, 299 and 400), Proto-Elamite signs have been included 
where the comparison seemed particularly close or an old syllabary 
identified a sign with its Babylonian equivalent^. As the work 
proceeded, however, the writer became convinced that in the present 
state of our knowledge no certain connection can be established! 
with the Elamite script, the whole meaning of which, to say nothingj 
of its origin, awaits elucidation. ' 

The writer would gratefully acknowledge his indebtedness to 
all his predecessors in the science of Assyriology. If any should be 
selected for especial mention, it would be scholars like Amiaud and 
Mechineau, Scheie, Thureau-Dangin, Price, Reisner, Ranke, 
and Clay, who have compiled lists of the signs of various periods; 
Brunnov^ and Meissner, without whose lists of ideographic meanings 



i) It is the writer's belief that the signs explained in the syllabaries published 
in TSBA. VI, 454, and CT. V, 7 are Proto-Elamite. 



VI (§<xttQn, ®a6gfcntan (^titin^ 

the second part of this work could not have been written; and 
Delitzsch and Muss-Arnolt, whose lexicons have been in con- 
stant use. To Professor Delitzsch a triple debt is owed. His sign 
lists have often been consulted, his lexicons have been constant 
companions, while his Entstehmig des dltesten Sc kr if t systems oder der 
Ur sprung der Keilschriftzeichen imparted the impulse to undertake 
the present investigation. 

These works have not been copied, but all references both 
for the forms in part 1 and the meanings in part 2 have, where 
the material is accessible, been personally verified by me and, where 
necessary, corrected. The preparation of these volumes was begun 
eight years ago, and the work has been carried on, as other profes- 
sional labor would permit, almost continuously since. Whatever 
imperfections the execution of the work may reveal, the writer submits 
to scholars the method of investigation employed, believing that it 
is the scientific way of approaching the subject, and the only one 
that can secure solid results. 

The writer expresses his thanks to Professor Fried RICH HiRTH, 
of Columbia University, for references to works on Chinese writing, 
and to Dr. George B. Gordon, Director of the Archaeological 
Museum of the University of Pennsylvania, for similar references to 
works on the picture writing of the North American Indians; also 
to Professors Paul Haupt, of Johns Hopkins University and Ira 
M. Price, of the University of Chicago, for many valuable criticisms. 
Professor Haupt's suggestions greatly improved the typographical 
arrangement of part 2, and Professor Price is carefully reading the 
proof of that portion of the work. Especial thanks are due them 
for their pains-taking, and invaluable aid. 

November 1912. 

George A, Barton. 



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The E. A. Hoffman Archaic Tablet 

in the Library of the General Theological Seminary, New York. 



VIII 




Archaic Tablet 

of the University of Pennsylvania 
(Tablet u; ) 



IX 



INTRODUCTION. 

As early as 1863 Oppert, in his Expedition en Mesopotamie, 
took the ground that the cuneiform writing was of hieroglyphic ori- 
gin, and in the second volume of that work indicated what he 
believed the primitive pictures of seventy three signs to have been. 
This view, that the cuneiform script originated in picture-writing, 
was held by all writers on the subject up to 1896. Men ANT express- 
ed his adherence to it in his Epigraphie^ p. 52, Sayce, m his Ele- 
mentary Grammar of the Assyrian Language, ( 1 872) p. iii, HoUGHTON 
in TSBA, VI, (1879) 454-— 483 endeavored to show that many forms 
previously unexplained could be traced back to pictures; HOMMEL, 
Geschichte Babyloniens und Assyriens (1885), p. 35 ff, took the same 
view; Ball in his articles on "The New Accadian" in PSBA, XII 
and XIII (1890, 1891) took the pictographic origin of the Babylonian 
writing for granted, and HiLPRECHT in BE, 1, pt 2, p. 35 ff. expressed 
his adherence to this theory. 

A new departure was made in the year 1896 by Professor 
Delitzsch in a paper read on July 13th of that year before the 
Koniglich sdchsischen Gesellschaft, The views then expressed soon 
appeared in book form under the title Die Entstehung des dltesten 
Schr if tsy stems oder der Ur sprung der Keilschriftzeichen, Leipsig, 1897. 
Delitzsch, after reviewing the work of his predecessors, declared 
that the hieroglyphic origin of but 19 signs had been clearly proven, 
and that his predecessors had recognized that 180 signs were formed 
as compounds of other signs. The results of lorty years of study 
were that the origin of some 200 signs was as yet unexplained. He 
then observed that there was a class of signs (11 in number) to 
which the Babylonian scribes gave the name of gunu, that these 
signs were identical with simpler forms except that they consisted 
of three or four additional wedges prefixed,, added, inserted, or in 
some way attached to the sign. DELITZSCH presented a study of 
the signs so named by the Babylonians, from which it appeared 
that the force of the ^^/^/^- element was to heighten or intensify the 
meaning of the simpler sign. He accordingly inferred that the gunu- 
element was a potentializing motif invented by the early Babylonians 



to express the heightening of the meaning of a simpler sign. Finding 
thus an abstract motif, the memory of which was, he believed, pre- 
served by the Babylonian scribes themselves, Delitzsch inferred 
that other abstract motifs were probably also employed. Further 
investigation convinced him that traces of many such motifs could 
be found — as. e, g. a motif for the idea of openings another for 
Gesamtkeitj another which signiifed to press down, sink, or be low. 
Conceiving that in early times these motifs were combined for the 
composition of the 200 unknown signs in the same ways that signs 
had been combined for the composition of the 180 composite signs, he 
proceeded to analyse the 200 signs into what he believed to be their 
constituent motifs. Thus the sign for palm tree (No. 313 below) was 
held to be a compound of three motifs, one meaning favor, another 
people, and the third open or bestow. Others, as noted in detail below 
(pt. 2), were held to have originated in equally abstract ways. An 
explanation of the origin of these signs was thus offered by Delitzsch 
in cases where no explanation had been known before, and this 
explanation was based on principles which for the moment seemed 
to be scientific. 

The publication of Delitzsch's work naturally excited the greatest 
interest Among his reviewers Jensen ^ and Peiser^ opposed his 
theory, while ZiMMERN ^ and C. F. Lehmann ^ supported it in whole 
or in part. Among others the work called forth emphatic protest or 
enthusiastic acceptance. HOMMEL at the Oriental Congress at Paris 
in 1897 presented a paper entitled Der hieroglypkische Ur sprung der 
KeilschriftBeichen, which was afterward circulated privately. In this 
brochure the hieroglyphic forms, supposed or real, of about 180 
cuneiform signs w^ere graphically presented to the eye. C, J. Ball 
published m 1898 (PSBA, XX, pp. 9 — 23) an article on "Babylonian 
Hieroglyphs", in which he- reaffirmed his belief in the pictographic 
origin of the Babylonian writing, and offered from the point of view 
of his Accadian-Chinese theory suggestions as to the pictographic 
origin of 12 signs. Ball had apparently not read Delitzsch's book, 
to which he makes no reference, and of which he betrays no knowledge. 

On the other hand Professor Kent, then of Brown University, 
now of Yale, published in AJSL, 13 (1897), pp. 299— -308, an article 
in which he enthusiastically accepted Delitzcfi's gunu-iho^oxy and 
argued that the gunu wedges originated not as an abstract motif. 



i) Deutsche Liter aturzeitung, 1897, No. 30 (July 31), Spalte 1166 — 1178. 

2) Mitteilungen der Vorderasiatischen Gesellschaft, 1897, S. 316 — 327. 

3) ZA. 12 (1897), S. 274—277. 

4) Literar. Centralblatt, 1898, No. i (Jan. 8), Sp, 14 — 20. 



5ntrobucHon XI 

but as the picture of a hand (cf. No. 311 below). Thureau-Dangin 
in his Recherches sur Vorigine d^ Vecriture cuneiformej (Paris 1898), 
a Supplement to which appeared in 1899, accepted Delitzsch s gunu- 
theory and explained as gunus of simpler signs 21 additional signs 
not designated as gunus by the Babylonian scribes. 

In 1898 Delitzsch issued a Nachwort to his Ur sprung der 
Keilschriftzeichen, in which he answered his critics, and while modi- 
fying his explanation of the origin of one or two individual signs, 
reaffirmed his position as a whole. 

The present writer was at first inclined to view Delitzsch's 
theory with favor (c£ SO, 161). He was led to this in part by the 
deservedly great weight of Delitzsch's authority, and in part by the 
fact that this theory gave us a semblance of knowledge where before 
all was darkness. In the year 190 1 — 2 the Semitic Seminary of 
Bryn Mawr College was devoted to the study of Old Babylonian 
inscriptions, and in connection with this study the writer was led to 
examine Delitzsch's theory anew. This examination convinced the 
members of the Seminary that Delitzsch's theory possessed three 
inherent weaknesses which were fatal to its scientific validity: — i. What 
the scribes had called gunus were signs, which had, at the time the 
scribes were compiling and classifying signs in syllabaries, certain 
resemblances to the forms of simpler signs but which in their ear- 
lier history afforded no evidence of having been constructed by the 
addition of the gunu-motif. Indeed in their earlier forms these signs, 
which the scribes had classified as simple signs and gunus, were in 
some cases variant pictures of the same sign, in which the variations 
had no significance except to indicate the preferences of scribes for 
certain forms, in some cases they represented pictures of different, 
though related, objects, while in other cases they represented pic- 
tures and objects which were totally unrelated. Delitzsch in his 
original point of departure had been mislead by the mistaken infer- 
ences of Babylonian scribes. 2. His theory was too abstract to have 
been employed by a primitive people. Had the Sumerians consisted 
of modern University Professors it would be conceivable that they 
analysed things into abstract elements as supposed, and then from 
these elements proceeded to construct systems, but all their writings 
show that they were a simple, objectively minded people, to whom 
such reasoning was utterly foreign. 3. In developing his theories of 
the origins of the different signs Delitzsch had taken into account 
but a few of the ideographic meanings of each sign. A sound 
method must take cognizance of a/l the meanings and propose such 
an origin for the sign that the development out of it of these 
meanings would be for an early people psychologically possible. 



XII (§ avion, Q^aBgfonian (^titinc^ 

In working on the early texts it became evident that there was 
at first much freedom in the use of pictures, that varying forms of 
different signs were in use, and that there was a struggle between 
different forms for survival. These facts and principles were set 
forth by the writer in 1902 in the notes of his interpretation of the 
Hoffmann tablet, JAOS, 23, 23— -28. 

The year 1902—3 was spent by the writer in the East It was not 
accordingly until the autumn of 1903 that an actual beginning of the 
present work could be undertaken upon the principles of investigation 
which had been developed two years before. Since that time the 
labor necessary for its preparation has formed the background of 
all the writer's other occupations. 

Meantime in 1905 Prince published his Materials for a Sumerian 
Lexicon, in which he adopted not only Delitzsch's theory of the 
origin of the writing but accepted in detail nearly all his explanations 
of individual signs. Langdon in his Sumerian Grammar and 
Chrestomathy^ Paris, 1911, adheres to the theory of gunu^c^.\iox\, 
recognizing more than 20 signs which have been formed in this way 
(pp. 21 — 23). In spite of the doubts of eminent Assyriologists, there- 
fore, Delitzsch's theory dominates our present text books. 

On the other hand the writer set forth under the title ^^The 
Origin of Some Cuneiform Signs" in HM^ II, 227—258, (Chicago, 1908), 
the principles on which in his view such an investigation should be 
conducted, and a somewhat miscellaneous collection of results obtained 
up to that time. More recently Dr. E. S. Ogden, who was a member 
of the Semitic Seminary of Bryn Mawr College in 190 1 — 2, and in 
discussion with whom the scientific principle of investigating the 
origins of Babylonian writing had been developed, but whose work 
had been unavoidably interrupted, has completed a dissertation entitled 
The Origin of the Gunu-Signs in Babylonian Writing (Albany,^ N. 
Y., 1911). Dr. Ogden has in this work shown conclusively that in 
the case of the eleven signs which the Babylonian scribes designated 
as gunus some were originally pictures of wholly dissimilar objects, 
that some were pictures of different, though related, objects, and 
that in no case do the gunu-signs cause such a heightening of the 
meaning as Delitzsch supposes. She has ^Iso shown that in the 
case of the 21 "secondary" gunus noted by Thureau-Dangin 14 are 
simply variant pictures which in no way affect the signification of the 
ideogram; 3 represent wholly distinct signs, 4 may be variants, but 
are more likely differentiated signs, while 1 is indeterminate. The fact 
that so many of these so-called gunu-signs coalesced with the simple 
sign in the later writing is opposed to the view that the gunu form 
represented a conscious heightening of the meaning. She has further 



3n<to&uc(ton XIII 

shown by a study of the sign names that the names originated at a 
comparatively late time, that the scribes chose them not to describe 
the meaning, but the external form of the sign, calling, e, g. No. 73 
(below) Mu-nu-til-la, i. e. "Mu-incomplete", evidently regarding it as 
Mu [No. 62] lacking one wedge. It is clear therefore that these sign 
names referred to the external form of the sign at the period of 
scribal classification, and not to the real origin. At the time of 
classification, therefore, the gunu names simply indicated that the 
signs so designated were similar in form to others, differing from 
them only by the presence of three, four, or five additional wedges. 
The names had no significance as applied to the meaning of the sign. 

While a difference of view concerning some of the details of Dr. 
Ogden's argument is in the present state of our knowledge inevitable, 
the argument as a whole establishes the points indicated. If further 
proof is needed it may be found by comparing the forms of the 
following signs in Pt 1 of the present work and the analyses of their 
meanings in Pt 2. For the eleven signs called gunus by the Baby- 
lonian scribes and employed by Delitzsch the numbers are as follows: 

(i), 327 and 325, (2), 303 and 525, (3), 308 and 406, (4), 288 and 
129, (5), 229 and 227, (6), 128 and 127, (7), 304 and 530, (8), 199 and 
147; (9); IP^ a^^ 532, (10), 203 and 207, (11), 115 and 116. The~ 
evidence for the secondary gunus added by Thureau-Dangin will 
be found under the following numbers: — 10, 72, 296, 292, 223, 377 
compared with 400, 496, 289 compared with 289a, 210, 212, 170b, 218, 
27s, 268, 181, and 516. One who will take the trouble to examine the 
facts presented in these references will, it is believed, be convinced. 

With the break down of the theory of gunus the whole theory of the 
construction of signs from abstract motifs vanishes. It has no evidence to 
support it and is contrary to probability. The following presuppositions 
and methods are necessary to a scientific investigation of this subject. 

I. The investigator must proceed upon the hypothesis that Baby- 
lonian writing, like other primitive writing, originated in pic to graphs. 
That the writing of Egypt was picture writing is beyond contradic- 
tion, since the pictures persisted in the writing of Egypt far down 
into historical times 1. The writing of the Chinese had a similar 
origin, though the forms in China degenerated into conventional 
figures at a far earlier period 2. The writing of the Hittites, though 

i) Cf. Erman, Agyptische Grammatik, 3te Aufl., Berlin, 191 1, and MoUer, Hieratische 
Paldographie, Leipzig, 1909 — 19 12. 

2) Cf. S. Wells Williams, The Middle Kingdom, New York and London, 1848. Ch. X, 
or his The Chinese Empire and its Inhabitants, London and New York, 1849, Ch. X, 
and Chalfant, Early Chinese Writing, Pittsburgh, 1906. While the speculative part of 
the last mentioned work does not command the assent of all Sinologues, the early forms 
quoted are of value. See also G. Owen, The Evolution of Chinese Writing, Oxford, 19 10. 



XIV ®at^ott, (gfaS^fottian (^titin^ 

as yet undeciphered, clearly had a pictographic origin, many of the 
pictures being still preserved in the inscriptions known to us i. The 
early writing of Crete betrays similar beginnings ^, while pictographic 
systems of writing have been discovered among widely scattered 
Indian tribes upon the American continent ^ Indeed, wherever the 
beginnings of writing can be traced it took the form of picture 
writing, so that it seems safe to regard it as a working hypothesis, if 
not as a law, that all early systems of writing began in a series of 
pictographic ideographs, that syllabic values were developed from 
these, and in some cases alphabetic values. Since the Babylonian 
writing contains two of these elements, the ideographic and syllabic, 
and possesses the third in a rudimentary form in the case of the 
vowel sounds, it is safe to assume that it had a normal development 
from picture writing such as an unreflective people, interested in 
objective matters, would givQ it. 

2. The second step is to collect from the early inscriptions all 
the pictographs which can be found. This, in the case of Babylonian 
inscriptions, does not yield a rich harvest Owing to the nature of 
the writing materials employed in the Mesopotamian Valley, it was 
difficult to make accurate pictures, and conventional forms derived 
from the pictures supplanted the originals at an early date. This 
had to a good degree taken place before the dynasty of Ur-Nina. 
Nevertheless a considerable number of approximate pictographs may 
be gathered from the inscriptions of the pre-Sargonic kings. Eleven 
prehistoric inscriptions are, however, known and they are of the 
highest value for the history of the writing, for each one of them 
reveals a number of real pictographs. These inscriptions are as 
follows: I & 2. The Blau Monuments A & B, published by Ward 
Proceedings of the Ant. Oriental Soc, 1885, p. Ivii, and Am. Jour, of 
Archaeology^ I stseries, vol.4 (1888), pis. IV, V; Men ANT, Revue archeo- 



i) Cf. Messerschmidt, Corpus Inscriptionum Hetiticarum in the Mitteilungen der 
Vorderasiatischen Gesellschaft, 1900 and 1 902, and Charles, Hittite Inscriptions in the 
Cornell Expedition to Asia Minor and the Assyro-Babylonian Orient. Ithaca, N. Y. 191 1. 

2) See Evans, Cretan Pictographs and Pr a e- Phoenician Script, London, 1895 and 
Scripia Minoa, Oxford, 1909. 

3) Cf. Mallory, "Picture Writing of the American Indians" in the Fourth Annual 
Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Washington, D. C. 1882 — 3. A good 
example of the picture writing of the Indians is found in the "Walam Olum" — 
the historical record of the Delawares, published and translated by the late D. G. 
Brinton in his Lenape and their Legends, with the complete Text and Symbols of the 

Walam Olum. It forms volume V of the Library of Aboriginal American Literature, 
edited by D. G. Brinton. Philadelphia, 1885. For an example of picture writing 
among South American Indians, see T. A. Joyce, South Afnerican Archaeology^ New 
York, 19 1 2, plate XXVI, opposite p. 234. 



3nfto&ttcfton XV 

logiquey vol. XII, (1888), p. 360 ff, Thureau-Dangin, Revue Semitique, 
4 (1896), 43 ff., Barton, JAOS, 22 (1901), u8 ff., New Collation of them, 
ibid.y 2Ay 388 fF., and King, History of Sumer and Akkad^ London, 
1910, p. 62 ff. 

3. An archaic tablet now in the possession of Mr. Henry 
Walters of Baltimore, published by Scheil, DeL 2, (1900) 130, 
Barton, JAOS, 22 (1901), 126 ff., and Delitzsch, Mehr Lickt, 
Leipzig, 1907, p. 24. 

4. The E. A. Hoffmann tablet in the library of the General Theo- 
logical Seminary, New York, published by Ogden and Barton, JAOS, 
23 (1902), 19 ff., and p. VII above. 

5. Tablet tl?, (C. B. M. 16105) a stone tablet inscribed on both 
sides and two edges. It belongs to the University Museum of the 
University of Pennsylvania, and is published by Barton in the 
Museum Journal, vol. 3 p. 4, and p. VIII above. 

6. A stone tablet from Telioh inscribed on both sides, published 
in Dec, pi. i bis and by Scheie, Notes d' epigrapkie, L. 

7. AO, 2753, a stone tablet from Suruppak, published by Thureau- 
Dangin, RA, 6, 143 ff. 

8. A flat stone tablet published in Dec. pi. iter^ No. 5. 

9. An oval stone inscribed on both sides, published ibid. No. 6. 

10. Fragment of a list of purchases (BM, 22506), published in CT, 5, 3. 

11. Fragment of a plaque of black stone (AO, 4397), published 
by Thureau-Dangin in Cros, Nouvelles fouilles de Telioh, Liv. 2, 
Paris, 191 1. 

From these inscriptions a considerable list of real pictographs 
may be compiled. The geneological list in pt. 1 embodies these 
pictographs; cf. e. g. Nos. 15, 129, 83, 85, 88, and 313, pi. 168. 

From the original pictographs the signs developed in four ways: 
— I. By simplification and conventionalization of the pictographs. 

2. Through the formation of new signs by combining pictographs. 

3. By the creation of signs through the survival of variant forms of 
a single pictograph. 4. By the blending of two or more originally 
distinct pictographs into one sign. To each of these phases of the 
development a few words should be devoted. 

I. The conventionalization of the signs went on through all the 
centuries during which the cuneiform script was in use. For a con- 
siderable period this tended toward the simplification of signs by 
the elimination of lines or wedges; in later times the tendency was 
toward the perpetuation of definite conventional forms in different 
periods or localities. In the earlier periods of the writing pictographic 
forms survived longest in inscriptions on stone; distortion and con- 
ventionalizing proceeded most rapidly on clay. Broadly speaking 



XVI (Ration, (|>a6^fonian (^tiiinc^ 

seven different periods after the pictographic in the history of Baby- 
lonian writing may be distinguished. The first is that from Ur-Nina 
to Manistusu, including, besides the kings mentioned, the writings of 
Eannatum, Entemena, Enlitarzi, Lugaianda, Urkagina, and Lugalzaggisi. 
While in this period there was much departure from pictographic 
forms by conventionalization, there was also a considerable approxi- 
mation to the original pictographs. Great variety is also found. The 
scribes enjoyed much liberty in the choice of forms. This liberty is 
indicated by the fact that while there are 366 signs listed in our 
index of this period in pt. 1, variants of these to the number of 507 
are also Hsted there. Some of the signs are Hterally made in half a 
dozen different ways. A second period of writing, closely related to 
the preceding, yet clearly distinguishable from it, begins with Sargon 
and ends with Gudea. In this period the conventionalization has 
proceeded further and the pictographic forms are less discernible 
than in the previous period. While considerable variety may still 
be discerned, the percentage of variant forms is perceptibly less. 
Our index records 367 signs for this period, and but 245 variants. 
The domination of the dynasty of Ur marks a third period in the 
writing. During this period the forms are still less pictographic than 
in that immediately preceding, and are more thoroughly conven- 
tionalized. There was nevertheless some range of choice enjoyed by 
the scribes. Our index records 190 variants as against 342 signs 
gathered from the inscriptions of this period. While no effort has 
been made to record every variant in these periods, as that would 
mean the registering of the idiosynchrasies of every scribe, it is 
believed that these statistics approximately represent the decrease 
of liberty which the scribes allowed themselves, the decline of a 
consciousness that the signs were of pictographic origin, and the 
relative increase of that crystalizing process which hardened the signs 
into definite conventional symbols. 

The next period of the writing has been designated, that of the 
First Dynasty of Babylon, since the documents connected with that 
dynasty form by far the greater part of the material. In this period 
the writing presents a great variety. This variety was caused in part 
by the preferences of individual scribes and in part by the nature 
of the writing materials. It was also influenced by certain conven- 
tions. Important state inscriptions, like the laws of Hammurapi, were 
written on stone in a script which imitated the writing of earlier 
periods. Even in such inscriptions, however, the forms of the charac- 
ters are usually farther removed from the primitive forms than 
the characters of the period of Ur. At the other extreme a set of 
characters is found in the business documents which might in com- 



3ntrobuc«ott XVII 

parison be called cursive. These characters are, as compared with 
all earlier forms, greatly simplified and all resemblance to primitive 
pictures is lost. Between the archaic characters of Hammurapi's 
laws, at the one extreme, and these cursive characters, at the other, 
many intervening types of writing are found. Some scribes preferred 
more archaic styles than others; some cities contained schools of 
scribes which fostered archaisms, while the scribes of other cities 
were more progressive. No attempt has been made in pt. 1 to present 
all the forms of any one sign during this period. Only the really 
archaic and a sample of the really cursive forms of each sign (where 
both existed) have been recorded. Our table nevertheless contains 
268 variants to 329 different signs. 

In the next period, the Kassite, in which we have for conve- 
nience included the signs of the Pashe dynasty, the writing underwent 
still further development. Forms which in the previous period had 
reached their simplest shape appear in this period practically 
unchanged. Many of them, however, were capable of further sim- 
plification and this was accomplished by the scribes. Some, which 
were thought to have been too thoroughly simplified in the previous 
period, appear here in a more complex form. The script of the 
El-Amarna tablets differs in many ways from the script employed 
in this period at Nippur. The kudurru inscriptions preserve a text 
which is relatively archaic. Our list does not contain all the variants, 
since the object of the table was simply to exhibit the general devel- 
opment of each sign. Nevertheless 339 variants are recorded as 
compared with 366 signs ^. 

The next period of writing is the Assyrian. The scribes of As- 
syria developed from the beginning definite conventions in making 
the different characters; these were fairly well perpetuated through- 
out the time from Tiglathpileser I to Assurbanipal. The scribes of 
Assurnasirpal and of Shalmeneser made some characters in ways 
pecuHar to themselves, and the scribes of some of the other kings 
deliberately imitated archaic writing. No attempt has been made to 
record these variations. That has been done by Amiaud and 
Mechineau in their Tableau compare. We have noted 587 signs 
for this period. 

The latest period of the writing is the Neo-Babylonian. In this 
period some forms which had taken shape as early as the time of 
the first dynasty of Babylon still persisted, but in general the forms 
differed even from those of the Kassite period. There was also in 



i) For the Kudurru Inscriptions, Hincke's list in Selections from the Kudurru Inscrip- 
tions Leiden E. J. Brill, 191 1 is indispensable. 

Beitrage Ass.: Barton. B 



XVIII (§atto% ®>a6gfontan (^xitin^ 

this period great variety. Some of the state inscriptions of Nebuchad- 
rezzar and Nabu-na'id, imitated the archaic scripts of ancient times. 
The script of the Neo-Babylonian empire differed little from that of 
the Persian period, while that of the Greek period, as represented in 
the Hymns published by Reisner, exhibits far more radical variation. 
No attempt is made here adequately to represent this variety. For 
the earlier part of the period, it was done by Amiaud and Mechineau; 
in reality such exhibition does not pertain to the main purpose of 
this work, which is the study of the origin of the writing and its 
general development, rather than the preparation of an exhaustive 
work on palaeography. Of the 444 signs collected from this period 
we have accordingly noted but 52 of the numerous variants. 

Through all these periods, as our sign list proves, the simpli- 
fication and conventionalization of the signs went on. Some signs, 
such as No. S^^> the picture of an early altar, disappeared entirely, 
and their meanings were absorbed by other signs. 

2. Fi'om the earliest times the Sumerians combined different pic- 
tographs in order to express complex ideas. Thus a bowl under the 
mouth denoted eai^ (No. 38), a membrum virile and mountain peaks 
suggesting foreignery slave (No. 49), a vulva and mountain peaks, a 
bond-woman or slave girl (No. 501). Many other examples may be 
found in our tables. 

Signs were also formed by doubling, tripling, quadrupling, or by 
forming higher multiples of simple signs. This process began in 
very early times (cf. Nos. 148, 149 and 617), but it was continued 
down to the latest periods (cf. Nos, 176a [pi. 162] and 548). The 
use of higher multiples of simple signs is confined to the construc- 
tion of numerals. 

3. New signs were constructed by the differentiation of older 
signs through the perpetuation of variant pictures. That variant 
forms existed in abundance in the earher time has already been 
shown, and is patent from the most cursory glance at the index of 
one of our earlier periods. Striking examples of variation may be 
found by looking at Nos. 175, 207, 313 (the last on pi. 82 and 168), 
and No. 160 (see especially pi. 160). 

That such variations were perpetuated as separate signs in the 
later writing, may be seen by comparing the evidence given in the 
two parts of this work under Nos. 104 and 105, 124 and 125, and 
153 and 289. 

4. As time passed and the pictures were conventionalized it 
sometimes happened that the pictures of objects originally distinct 
were blended and fused into a single sign. Thus in No. 128 a pic- 
ture of the crescent moon and of a bird were blended, in No. 170 



3n(tobttcitott XIX 

three distinct forms blended in the Assyrian, though two of them 
never fully blended in the Babylonian. In No. 532 two dissimilar 
forms blended in the Assyrian. Other examples may be seen in 
Nos. 70, 377 and 481. 

Since the number of pictographs which are actually known to us 
from the very archaic inscriptions listed above is but a small frac- 
tion of all the signs of the Assyrian period, it becomes a matter of 
some importance to develop a scientific method of investigation by 
which to determine the origin of signs, which have survived only in 
inscriptions far removed from pictographic forms. The methods 
hitherto pursued cannot be called scientific. They have all been 
guesses based upon a mere fraction of the evidence. Scholars have 
often assumed that the meaning which was used most widely must 
be the earliest meaning of a sign, whereas the reverse is often true. 
For example one who reasoned in this way would never guess that 
the English word rich is derived from reXj a king, 

A scientific method, then, compels one to collect the forms of the 
signs from the inscriptions, tracing each back to its earliest occurrence, 
in order to obtain the nearest possible approach to a pictographic form. 
It demands that one then collect all the simple ideographic meanings 
and analyse and classify them. It compels one to assume a picto- 
graph from which the known forms could, in accord with known scribal 
habits and palaeographic analogies, plausibly develop — a pictograph 
which would directly suggest a known objective meaning such as a 
primitive people would have occasion to employ, and from the natural 
extension of which by psychological laws the other known ideographic 
meanings could be derived. Proof from the form and from the 
meanings should combine and point to a probable pictograph. A 
guess based on such evidence is still but a guess. It may have to 
be modified as soon as another pictographic inscription comes to 
light, but it is nevertheless a more scientific guess and is more 
likely to be right than a guess guided by less complete evidence. 

In applying this method allowances have to be made for several 
facts, which often complicate the evidence, i. A number of the 
meanings, such as the pronominal and post-positional significations, 
have attached themselves to different signs through syllabic spelling in 
Sumerian. The Sumerians designated the primitive arrow, or sceptre 
and plant, of No. 62 as MU and on account of the identity of this 
with MU the suffix form of the pronoun I, the sign was used to 
express the pronoun of the first person. Such meanings were not 
developed from the form of the sign. 2. The meanings of the differ- 
ent ideographs have been confused from two causes (i), through 
similarity of syllabic sound and (2), by an approximation of forms 



XX i^atton, (ga6gfoman (Bnftno; 

in certain periods of the writing. As an example of confusion 
of meanings through similarity of sound the reader should 
compare Nos. 127 and 175. The former was a picture of the cres- 
cent moon, the latter, of two heads of grain. Both had the syllabic 
values SI and SIG, and so many identical meanings appear among 
the ideographic values of the two that it is certain that great inter- 
mixture must have taken place. It is not now, perhaps, possible 
rightly to assign to each its original ideographic values, but it is 
clear that a number of the values of No. 127 came from No. 175. 
As an instance of intermixture from temporary approximation of 
form, Nos, 337 and 347 may be cited. The former originated as a 
picture of the sun, the latter, perhaps, as a pair of knees; it, at all 
events, was a picture which suggested servant. In the lapse of time 
the forms of the two approximated and were sometimes confused 
by scribes, so that we find among the meanings of No. 347 fire^ 
be bright f and shine ^ meanings that clearly originated with No. 337. 
3. In collecting the ideographic meanings of the different signs scien- 
tific completeness demands that not only all the meanings attested 
by the syllabaries and collected by Brunnow and Meissner (i. e. in 
B. and M.), but that the ideographic meanings attested by the early 
literature should also be collected. In the present condition of our 
science that, however, seems impracticable, since the interpretation 
of so many of the early inscriptions is still in a tentative stage. To 
employ meanings which are as yet but guesses would be to- intro- 
duce needless uncertainty into the problem. It is the habit in some 
quarters to assume that the meanings attested by the syllabaries are 
late, because the documents which attest them are late. While it 
is true that its presence in a syllabary does not guarantee the anti- 
quity of a meaning, its absence from known inscriptions of an early 
time does not prove it a late development. The early documents 
at present known are but a small fraction of the ancient writing, 
and the antiquity of almost any ideographic meaning may be attested 
by the next discovery. It seemed to the writer, therefore, wiser in 
the present treatise to base the argument on the meanings collected 
in B. and M., appealing to the usage of the early inscriptions only 
in doubtful cases, where something of importance could be determined 
by such testimony. 4. One should always bear in mind the possibility 
that a sign may have arisen from the combination or multiplication 
of other signs in the way indicated above. 

In the present work the endeavor has been to apply the 
method described. While the method confessedly leaves room for 
considerable difference of individual judgment in estimating the 
presence or absence of mixture and the psychological processes by 



3niro?)udton 'XXI 

which meanings were developed, it is an advance toward the employ- 
ment of scientific standards in this field of investigation. In employ- 
ing a method for the first time one cannot hope, that, in so large 
and complicated a problem, he has always employed it with unerring 
judgment or with that scientific thoroughness which he has made his 
ideal. But, if the method is really sound, the errors of the pioneer 
will soon be corrected. 

The results obtained in the manner indicated are as follows: 
— 288 different pictographs have, with considerable probability, 
been identified and registered in the pictographic index, though 
42 of these are conjectural for one cause or another. The lists 
include 627 signs designated by Arabic numerals. Deducting 
from this total 8, which are repetitions, and adding 100, which are 
listed by a combination of Arabic numerals and Roman letters, part 1 
records a total of 719 signs. Of these 27 are formed by doubling 
other signs; 3, by tripling simple signs; 7, by quadrupling other 
signs; 11, by the formation of higher multiples of simple signs; 
91 are, by their forms or meanings or both, shown probably to be 
variants of other signs, while 209 are certainly or probably compounds 
of dissimilar signs. Since the table of pictographs contains 9 signs 
which are merged with others in the genealogical table (as in the 
case of No. 170) and 8 which are counted again as compounds or 
multiples, the net result of our work is that 100 signs out of a total 
of 719 are left unexplained. Such is the result of the application of 
a scientific method. 

In spite of the fact that our list contains a larger number of 
late forms which occur but once, and for many of which no ideo- 
graphic value is known, than any previous investigator has under- 
taken to explain, the residuum of inexplicable material is relatively 
small. 

The writer would, however, be the last to regard all his results 
as final. For reasons already stated a considerable percentage of 
them are tentative and subject to revision. It is nevertheless beheved 
that the solution of the problems connected with the origins of 
Babylonian writing can only be reached as additional material 
and clearer insight permits a more thorough application of the prin- 
ciples followed in this investigation. 



XXII (gaticn, (gaBgfontan (Bviiin^ 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

ABP == Meissner, Beitrdge zum Altbabylonischen Privatrecht. 

AJSL = American yournal of Semitic Languages and Literatures, 

AL3^ AL4, AL5 == Delitzsch, Assyrische Lesestucke, 3., 4., 5. Aufl. 

ASKT = HatJPT, Akkadische und Sumerische I^eilschrifttexte, 

AV = Strassmaier, Alphabetisches Verzeichnis der sum. und akk. Worter. 

AWK == Abel und Winckler, Keilschrifttexte, 

B = Brunnow, Classified List of all Simple and Compound Ldeographs, 

BA = Beitrdge zur Assyriologie und semitische?t Sprachwissenschaft. 

BBH = Ball, ^Babylonian Hieroglyphs'-^ in PSBA 20. 

BBR = ZiMMERN, Beitrdge zur JCenntnis der babylonischen Religion. 

BC == Bezold, Catalogue of the Kouyunjik Collection. 

BD = Boissier, Choix de textes relatifs a la divination assyro-babylonienne. 

BDA = Boissier, Doctiments assyriens relatifs aux presages. [Texts. ' 

BE === Babylonian Expedition of the University of Pennsylvania, Series A, Cuneifor7n 

BL = Bezold, Babylonisch-assyrische Literatur. 

Blau Mon. = Blau Monuments. Cf. King, History of Sumer and Akkad, opp. p. 62. 

BN = Bollenrucher, Gebete zmd Hymnen an Nergal. 

BNA == Ball, „The New Accadian" in PSBA 12 and ij. 

BPS == ZiMMERN, Babylonische Busspsahneji. 

CAT == Craig, Astrological-Astronomical Texts. 

CRT == Craig, Assyrian and Babylonian Religions Texts. [Morgan. 

CSM = Ward, Cylinders and Other Ancient Oriental Seals in the Library of J. Pierpont 

CT == Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets^ etc. in the British Museum. 

DAG = Delitzsch, Assyrische Grammatik, 2. Aufl. 

Dec == Sarzec, Decouvertes en Chaldee. 

Del == Morgan, Delegation en Perse. 

Documents == /i; = Nikolsky's publication of the Docujnents of Likhatchef's collection. 

DP == Allotte de la fuye, Documents presargoniques. 

DW == Delitzsch, Assyrisches Wdrterbuch. 

EA = El-Amarna. 

EAG = Erman, Agyptische Grammatik, 2. Aufl. 

Ean == Eannatum. 

EBH = Radau, Early Babylonian History. 

ECW = Chalfant, Early Chinese Writing. 

EM = Oppert, Expedition en Mesopotamie. 

Entem = Entemena. 

Gud == Gudea. 

Gud Cyl == Price, The Great Cylinder Lnscriptions of Gudea. 

Gud Stat = Amiaud, in Sarzec, Decouvertes en Chaldee, pp. IV— XXVIII. 

H == Houghton, ,,0n the Hieroglyphic or Picture Origin of the Characters in the 

Assyrian Syllabary" in TSBA 6 454 — 483. 
Ham Laws = The Code of Hammurapi, R. F. Harper's edition. 
Ham Letters = L. W. King, Letters and Lnscriptions of Hammurabi. 
HAS = Haupt, Akkadische Sprache. 



MBxtviaiiom XXIII 

HH «= M. I. HussEY, Sumerian Tablets, Harvard Semitic Series, Vol. HI. 

HL = Harper, Assyrian and Babylonian Letters. 

Hilp Frieb == Hilprecht, Freibrief Nebuchadnezzar s I. Konigs von Babylon. 

HLC == Barton, Haverford Library Collection of Cuneifor^n Tablets or Documents 

from the Temple Archives of Telloh, . 

HM == Old Testament and Semitic Studies in Memory of William Rainey Harper. 
HN == Hronzy, Sumerisch-babylon. Mythen von Ninrag. 
HWB == Delitzsch, Assyrisches Handworterbuch. 
JAOS == Journal of the American Oriental Society. 



Rawlinson, Cuneiform Lnscriptions of Western Asia, Vol. I, II, III. 



^ , i — C. H. W. Johns, Assyrian Deeds and Documents. 
Johns Deeds J 

JR == Jastrow^ Religion Babyloniens und Assyriens. 

JRAS = Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. 

I 

IR 

II 

III 

JK ssa Jensen, Kosmologie der Babylonier. 

ITT =s Thureau-Dangin, Inventaire des tablettes de Telloh. 

IV, IV 2 = Rawlinson, Cuneiform. Inscriptions of Western Asia, Vol. IV u. 2nd ed. 

KC === L. W. King, Seven Tablets of Creation. 

KG === Knudtzon, Gebete an den Sonnengott. 

KL = L. W. King, Letters and Ittscriptions of Hammurabi. 

KM = KUCHLER, Beitrdge zur Kenntnis der assyrisch-babylonischen Medizin. 

LB A == Weber, Liter atur der Babylonier und Assyrier. 

LC = Lenormant, Choix de Textes. 

LS == Lyon, Keilschrifttexte Sargons. 

LSG === Langdon, a Sumerian Grammar and Chrestomathy. 

LTP = LoTZ, Inschriften Tiglathpilesers I. 

Lugalzag '^== Lugalzaggisi. 

M == Meissner, Seltene assyrische Ideogramme. 

MA = Muss-Arnolt, Assyrisch-englisch-deutsches Handworterbuch. 

Mani^tusu = „Obelisque de Manistuirba roi de Kish" in Delegation en Perse^ Tom. II. 

MAP == Meissner, Altbabylonisches Frivatrecht. 

MHP == MoLLER, Hieratische Faldographie. 

ML = Delitzsch, Mehr Licht, die bedeutsamsten Ergebnisse der babylonisch-assyrischen 

Grabungen fur Geschichte, JCultur und Religion. 
MS 1, MS 2 = Menant, Le syllabaire assyrien, Tom. I u. II. 
MSL === Prince, Materials for a Sumerian Lexicon. 
MSW == Meissner, Suppleinent zu den assyrischen Worterbuchern. 
MVAG=== Mitteilungen der vorderasiatischen Gesellschaft. 
OBI = BE, I = Hilprecht, Old Babylonian Inscriptions. 
OC = Hommel, Der hieroglyphische Ur sprung der Keilschriftzeichen, read at the 

Oriental Congress at Paris, 1898, and circulated privately. 
OCS = Barton, „The Origin of some Cuneiform Signs'' in HM 2 227-— 258. 
OGB = E. S. Ogden, Origin of the Gunu-Signs in Babylonian. 
PB == PoGNON, L'inscription bavian. 
PSBA = Froceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology. 
RA === Revue d'assyriologie et d'archeologie orientale. 
Res =a Thureau-Dangin, Recherches sur I'origine de I'ecriture cuneiforme. 



XXIV (gavion, ®a8gfot|tatt (H)rittng. MUnviation^. 

RH = Reisner, Sumerisch-babylonische Hymnen. 

RS 2 = W. R. Smith, Religion of the Semites, 2ed ed. \assyriennes. 

RT = Recueil de travaux relatifs a la philologie et a Varcheologie egyptiennes et 
RTC == Tuureau-Dangin, Recueil de tablettes chaldcennes, 
RU = Reisner, Tempel-Urkunden aus Telloh, 
S a = ^Syllabary of the First Class'^ in CT, XI. 
SAI = M; see above. 

SAK = Thureau-Dangin, Die Sumerischen tmd akkadischen Konigsinschriften. 
Sb = ^Syllabary of the Second Class'-'' in CT, XI. 
SCWA == Ward, Seal Cylinders of Western Asia. 
SFG = Haupt, Die sujnerischen Familiengesetze. 
SFS == Scheil^ Une saison de Fouilles a Sippar. 
SMT == S. A. Smith, Miscellaneous Texts. 

SO = Barton, Sketch of Semitic Origins, Social and Religious. 
■ ST == S. A. Smith, Keilschrifttexte Assurbanipals. 
Str = AV = Strassmaier, Alphabetisches Verzeichnis. 
Str Cyr = Strassmaier, Inschriften von Cyrus, Konig von Babylon. 
Str Nab == Strassmaier, Inschriften von Nabo?tidos, Konig von Babylon. 
Str Nbk = Strassmaier., Inschriften von Nabuchodonosor, Konig vo7t Babylon. 
Str Nbn = Str Nab\ see above. 

Surpu ==: Zimmern, Die Beschworungstafeln, Surpu. [I'ecriture cuneiforme. 

Sup == Supplement a la i^r partie of Thureau-Dangin ^s Recherches sur I'origine de 
TA = Thompson, Reports of the Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylo?i. 
Tab ^ = An aichaic tablet in the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania; cf^ 

above p. VIII. [assyrienne. 

TC == Amiaud and Mechineau, Tableau compare des ecriturures babylonienne et 
TM = Tallquist, Die assyrische Beschw'ortmgsserie Maqlu. 
TN = Tallquist, Neubabylonisches Namenbuch. 
TCI == Thureau-Dangin, Tablettes chaldeennes inedites. 
T-D = Thureau-Dangin = Res. 

TEA = Bezold and Budge, The Tell el-Amarna Tablets in the British Museum. 
TR = Lau, Old Babylonian Temple Records. 
TSA == Genouillac, Tablettes sm?ierien7tes archaiques. 
TSBA = Transactions of the Society of Biblical Archaeology. 
TTF = Winckler und Abel, Der Tontafelfund vo7t El-Amarna. 
Uk = Reisner, Teiiipelurkunden aus Telloh. \Keilschriftzeichen. 

UKZ = Delitzsch, Entstehung des dltesten Schriftsy stems, oder der Ursprung der 
Urkunden == Reisner, Tefnpehirkunden aus Telloh. 

V = Rawlinson, Cuneiform Inscriptions of Western Asia, Vol. 5. 

VA == ViROLLEAUD, Kastrologie chaldeenne. 

VAS = Vorderasiatische Schriftdenkmdler der koniglichen Museen zu Berlin. 
Vr = ViROLLEAUD, Pre7nier supplement a la liste des signes cuneiformes. 

WM = Weissbach, Babylonische Miszellen. 
ZA ==: Zeitschrift fur Assyriologie. 

Zim == Zimmern. 

ZK === Zeitschrift fur Keilschriftforschung. 

1,2,3, 4, 42, 5, = Rawlinson, Cmteiform Biscriptions of Western Asia, Vol.1, 2, 3, 4, 4,2nd ed., 5. 
]l = HHKOjtiCHiii, ^OKyMeHTLi xoBiiiicTBeHHOM OT^eTHOCTn ;i;peBHiHr[ieH anoxH xajr;i;eH 

HSt codpaiiiii H. n. JlMxa^ieEa. = Documents, above. 



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